E SLPRWM strings out uniform coal hoppers in front of one of the Mooney Hills on the approach to Beshoar siding in extreme southern Colorado.
The EARY slips through a tree tunnel outside of Talladega, but not without a sucker hole for some nose light. The EARY road job is returning to Sylacauga with marble slurry empties, plastic pellet... (more)
3876 has now made the loop and eases by the gate to the port property.
The Port Job, now cut away from the delivered train, runs light power around the loop at Birmingport. The locomotives are dwarfed by the gigantic, yet spindly, old crane which serves barges on the... (more)
U LAURBE, a pet' coke unit train, heads through Marshall in the pouring rain.
After spotting empty hoppers and loaded tank cars, the Cañon City local departs Portland under a fantastic mix of threatening skies and a setting sun.
V IRCKCK stretches out among the Colorado scenery near Palmer Lake.
The V IRCKCK glides through "Coach's Curve" just north of Pueblo.
CSXT 975 barrels through downtown Nashville under threatening skies as CSXT work forces are in position to get track and time after the 975 passes.
Light engines head through Topeka with the UP 949 in tow.
A pair of GP's work Langley's Recycling in downtown Topeka.
While heading back west, I caught this set of helpers descending back towards Livingston.
Amtrak 3, the Southwest Chief, glides into Blanchard, NM for a late meet with Amtrak 4. The SLSF "Cimarron River", chartered by the St. Louis NRHS, brings up the rear of the train.
Amtrak 3, the Southwest Chief, approaches the east portal of Raton Tunnel at Wootton, CO with the former Frisco car, Cimarron River in tow. The St. Louis NRHS chapter chartered the Cimarron River ... (more)